Epocrates Prices IPO


San Mateo, CA-based mobile medical reference company Epocrates priced its initial public offering and began trading on the Nasdaq exchange yesterday under the ticker symbol EPOC. Shares began trading at $16, bringing in about $57 million in working capital for the company and $29 million for selling shareholders. Xconomy profiled Epocrates and its push into electronic medical records on January 25.

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